Fordham University - Gabelli School of Business

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Fordham University - Gabelli School of Business

Gabelli School of Business

Fordham University - Gabelli School of Business
The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University educates students who possess the knowledge, creativity, and skills to have a defining and lasting impact. Gabelli School students share a “business with a purpose” approach that prepares them to be leaders who create transformational change. They learn to balance the demands of profit with the interests of their communities and the world.
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The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University educates students who possess the knowledge, creativity, and skills to have a defining and lasting impact. Gabelli School students share a “business with a purpose” approach that prepares them to be leaders who create transformational change. They learn to balance the demands of profit with the interests of their communities and the world.

Students refine their business philosophy, along with industry- and function-specific knowledge, through a mix of practical and theoretical learning experiences, including highly technical workshops and elective courses, and extracurricular research projects. Top firms seek out Gabelli School graduates for their analytical and strategic thinking, strong communication skills, principled leadership, and commitment to collaboration and community. Fordham produces graduates whom people will hear about and admire not in 15 or 20 years, but in one or two.

The mission of the Gabelli School of Business is to develop business leaders who are equipped for continuous growth in the changing global environment. Located in midtown Manhattan, the commercial capital of the world, the Gabelli School is uniquely positioned to offer students the opportunity to participate in regional and global economies. Its reputation is built upon scholarship and excellence in teaching; the faculty includes both distinguished academics and working professionals in leadership positions at major corporations, government agencies, and start-ups.

Community is a hallmark of the Gabelli School, where an open, supportive environment proves that it is possible to be both competitive and collaborative. At the conclusion of their program, our Master of Science graduates become part of the global network of 175,000 Fordham University alumni. Graduates of the MS programs have held internships at Deloitte, JP Morgan Chase & Co, PwC, Booz Allen Hamilton, Morgan Stanley, E&Y, Thomson Reuters, KPMG, American Express, Credit-Suisse, and a few dozen other companies.

MS in Accounting, MS in Applied Statistics and Decision-Making, MS in Business Analytics, MS in Global Finance, MS in Information Systems, MS in Management, MS in Marketing Intelligence, MS in Media Management, MS in Nonprofit Leadership, MS in Quantitative Finance, MS in Taxation

Accreditation(s):  
AACSB, Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Ranking(s):
US News Specialty Rankings: Finance-16, Nonprofit-10

Programme Length:
12-20 months

Language Courses:
Gabelli TALK pre-enrollment program (optional)

Exchange Programme (not necessary for EMBA):
ESADE (Spain), Koc University (Turkey), Peking University (China), Skema Business School (France)

Student Body

Male/Female Ratio:
44%/56%

Average Age:
25

Degree Background:
Various

International Students:
86%

Admissions Requirements

University Degree:
Bachelor’s

GMAT Average:
656

TOEFL:
100+

References:
2

Minimum Length of Professional Work Experience:
Generally, previous work experience is not required.

Costs

Application Fee: $130
Tuition: $1,495 per credit
Scholarships: Scholarships range from 10% to 100% of tuition

Contact

Name
Gabelli School of Business Graduate Admissions Office

Email
admissionsgb@fordham.edu

Phone
1 (212) 636-6200

Website
http://www.fordham.edu/business

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